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iBall launches Aaura 3 and Glam 3 feature phones
« on: April 14, 2012, 04:50:00 PM »
iBall launches Aaura 3 and Glam 3 feature phones
The mobile Indian Rahul Gupta, The Mobile Indian Apr 14, 2012 at 02:45pm IST

New Delhi: Indian mobile equipment and IT peripheral manufacture iBall has announced two new feature phones - Aaura 3 and Glam 3, for the Indian market.

The Aaura 3 is a full-touch screen phone that features a 3-inch TFT LCD touchscreen display. The device is a dual Sim, dual standby based feature phone that allows users to stay connected to two different networks using one single device.

Along with Hindi and English language support company has also Nothingled a free 4GB MicroSD card with pre-loaded contents like Dabang movie, MP3 and Video songs as well.
iBall launches Aaura 3 and Glam 3 feature phones

The Aaura 3 features a 1200 MAh battery that the company claims gives the device a longer standby and talk time as well. The device comes with stereo FM, MP3 and a video payer for entertainment while the onboard 3.5 mm audio jack allows the device to be easily connected to external audio devices such as earphones and speaker systems.

On the other hand, iBall Glam 3 poses is a clamshell phone that comes in a variety of vibrant colors for the users to choose from. The phone has a 2.6 inch TFT LCD display along with an alpha numeric keypad making texting easy and fun.

The phone features a 2 megapixel camera and for wireless connectivity supports Bluetooth as well. Glam 3 comes with one-touch key for Bluetooth, camera (2MP) and SMS along with that it features superior 3D sound and embedded games for great entertainment too.

The Aaura 3 and Glam 3 have been priced at Rs 4,495 and Rs 2,999, respectively. These phones can be purchased from the iBall retailers across the country.


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